Network infrastructure forms the basis for digitisation and is a fundamental requirement for technological development. Networks provide us with both a local and global connection, and enable us all to utilise the advantages of an information society. The Swisscom network is one of the best in the world and we will do our utmost to ensure that this does not change in the future.
Swisscom operates 6 data centres in Switzerland. The IT infrastructure comprises over 75,000 virtual and physical and physical servers. Not only is the bandwidth in the networks continuously increasing, but also the use of cloud services. In 2014, we opened the most modern data centre in Switzerland in Bern. New standards were set in terms of performance, security, availability and energy efficiency.
Data ranks among the most valuable production factors in the information society. Swisscom is therefore committed to transmitting and storing information as securely and reliably as possible. Around 150 employees ensure information security, data protection and secure operation of networks and the Internet.
Reporting is by “Residential Customers” “Business Customers”, “Wholesale” and “Infrastructure & Support Functions” segments which are grouped under Swisscom Switzerland, as well as “Fastweb” and “Other operating segments”. Here are some key figures for Swisscom Switzerland and the Wholesale, IT, Network & Infrastructure divisions in. As the Infrastructure & Support Functions division does not charge any costs for infrastructure maintenance and expansion to other segments, its results mainly consist of costs.
|Key figures for Swisscom Switzerland Infrastructure & Support Functions||iin CHF million, or as indicated|
|Infrastructure & Support Functions revenue||76|
|Wholesale segment result before depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA)||525|
|Infrastructure & Support Functions result before depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA)||(1,131)|
|No. of full-time equivalent employees Wholesale||81|
|No. of full-time equivalent employees Infrastructure & Support Functions||4,888|
All figures valid as of 31.12.2021
Subject to modification without notice. Errors excepted
The printed version of the 2021 Annual Report is authoritative